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  • 1958 Vanwall

    1958 Vanwall

    A 1958 Vanwall followed by a Maserati 250F.

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    February 1-2, 1969

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Car number 76 Porsche 908/2 driven by Raymond Touroul / Jean-Claude Lagniez

  • BARC Aintree 200

    BARC Aintree 200

    Combined Formula One and Formula Two race. Drivers pass the pit road entrance after Tatts Corner. Dale Duncan drives car number 4, a Maserati 250F. Hermano da Silva Ramos drives car number 5, a Maserati 250.

  • BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    Car number 9, Roy Salvadori in Syd Greene's Gilby Engineering Maserati 250F (with its tail oil tank and cowl removed).

  • BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    Mike Hawthorn drives car number 7, Stirling Moss's Maserati 250F with a red, white, and blue Union flag nose band motif.

  • BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    Car number 7, Mike Hawthorn in Stirling Moss's Maserati 250F.

  • BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    Mike Hawthorn drives car number 7, Stirling Moss's Maserati 250F with a red, white, and blue Union flag nose band motif.

  • BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    Car number 9, Roy Salvadori in Syd Green's Gilby Engineering Maserati 250F.

  • BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    Mike Hawthorn drives car number 7, Stirling Moss's Maserati 250F. Horace Gould drives car number 3, a Maserati 250F. Harry Schell drives car number 2, a Vanwall. Roy Salvadori drives car number 9, Syd Green's Gilby Engineering Maserati 250F. Paul Emery drives car number 17, an Emeryson.

  • BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    Roy Salvadori drives car number 9, Syd Green's Gilby Engineering Maserati 250F.

  • BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    Roy Salvadori drives car number 9, Syd Green's Gilby Engineering Maserati 250F.

  • BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    BARC International Trophy Crystal Palace

    Car number 7, Mike Hawthorn in Stirling Moss's Maserati 250F.

  • BARC Woodcote Cup

    BARC Woodcote Cup

    Roy Salvadori drives car number 10, a Maserati 250F, in the Woodcote Cup Formula Libre race. Spectators watch from behind the barrier.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 8, race winner Peter Collins, works Lancia-Ferrari D50A, turning into La Source Hairpin followed by number 34, Stirling Moss in Cesare Perdisa's works Maserati 250F, having resumed racing after his own number 30 car retired.

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 34, Stirling Moss in Cesare Perdisa's works Maserati 250F, having resumed racing after his own number 30 car retired, seen here rounding La Source Hairpin to begin the downhill plunge past the pits and finish line.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 22, Luigi Villoresi, Maserati 250F, finished 5th overall

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Ferrari 246 Dino driven by Olivier Gendebien leads Maurice Trintignant, Maserati 250F entering La Source hairpin.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 30, Stirling Moss, Maserati 250F, did not finish due to lost wheel. Moss took over car number 34, Maserati 250F from Cesare Perdisa and finished 3rd

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Horace Gould's Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "O" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Maserati 250F right-rear suspension

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Maserati 250F cockpit

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 10, Harry Schell in BRM Type 25, car number 4, winner Tony Brooks, Vanwall, and car number 36 Jo Bonnier, Maserati 250F, leaving La Source hairpin.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 22, Luigi Villoresi, Maserati 250F, finished 5th overall

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Stirling Moss' Maserati 250F braking for La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "F" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Maserati 250F right-rear suspension with latest-design Dunlop R5 nylon-cased racing tire

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Jean Behra's works Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "G" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Jean Behra's works Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "G" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    This photo shows Car Number 38, a Maserati 250F, Ken Kavanagh, driver, Stavelot Corner during practice. Different numbers were used at Spa during practice to fool would-be pirate program printers. On race day Car Number 38 was re-numbered as Car Number 34, but had engine problems and did not start the race.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Maserati 250F driven by Jo Bonnier being lapped at La Source hairpin by Tony Brooks driving the winning Vanwall.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Stirling Moss in Maserati 250F during practice, on pit straight

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Cesare Perdisa's works Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "H" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 26, Maria Teresa de Filippis, Maserati 250F, finished 10th. Car number 36, Jo Bonnier, Maserati 250F, finished 9th

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 30, Stirling Moss, Maserati 250F.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Cars at Stavelot Corner during practice. Francesco "Paco" Godia Sales drives car number 42, a Maserati 250F. Cliff Allison drives car number 44, a Lotus-Climax 12.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Maserati 250F tail view

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Jean Behra's works Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "G" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Maserati 250F engine bay exposed - body panels removed

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Maserati 250F fuel injected engine

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    This photo taken during a practice session shows car Number 38, a Maserati 250F driven by Ken Kavanagh and car Number 1, a works Ferrari Dino 246 driven by Mike Hawthorn. Different numbers were used at Spa during practice to fool would-be pirate programme printers. On race day Number 38 renumbered as Number 34 experienced an engine failure and did not start in the race. The Number 1 car was renumbered Number 16 and finished in 2nd place.

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Scuderia Centro Sud Maserati 250F driven by Masten Gregory at the Stavelot Curve during practice. Car carried number 30 in the Belgian Grand Prix itself.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Maserati driven 250F by Francisco Godia-Sales, at La Source hairpin.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 32, Jean Behra, works Maserati 250F, finished 7th

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 34, Stirling Moss in Cesare Perdisa's works Maserati 250F, having resumed racing after his own number 30 car retired.